These are the people that I would like to present to you - Masters, Teachers and others that have played a role in my life or helped me shape my own

Marcelo Plotnik Marcelo Plotnik

Marcelo is a man about whom one could safely say that he has devoted the whole of his life to an internal exploration. After dedicating two years to the study of Zen he realized that the mate-concept could also be perceived in the framework of a deep realization of human life. Marcelo was first to promote the art of drinking mate in the times of the USSR.

Shogun Shogun

Shogun was born in the Sakhalin taiga. He became an instructor in 1994, the year when he founded a branch of the Shogun Budo Club, where he was leading kendo, iaido, and Zen Buddhist practices.

Alexei Zhgutov Alexei Zhgutov

Founder of the system for human self-knowledge SABI. He is an expert in the sphere of physical culture and psychology, and the author of many articles and series of books, including the book The Human Being: Clarity of Consciousness.

Elena Vitkova Elena Vitkova

Master at the Daoist subdivision of the INBI World Club. Representative of the Laboratory for the development of concentration.

Bronislav Vinogrodskiy Bronislav Vinogrodskiy

The exceptional value of Bronislav is due to his unswerving development of consciousness. The matrix quality of his vision, and the structuration he demonstrates, define him as a Great Thinker who can reveal the potential for human perfectibility. He is a man of space: he is of importance to space.

Oleg Onopchenko Oleg Onopchenko

Founder and Grandmaster of the International Kolo organization, President of the Baltic Hapkido union, founder of the European Oriental Culture Institute, dharma teacher of the Kwan Um school of Zen, international master of Tong Ren therapy, Qi Kung therapy, Daojiquan, Tui na massage, and Shiatsu.

Mestre No Mestre No

The greatness of mestre No is in his simplicity. I consider mestre No one of my teachers in Capoeira. 15 years ago he considerably influenced my understanding of Capoeira, revealing it as an art which possesses volume endowed with a place for everything and which, most importantly, cultivates the Human in the human being.

Leonardo da Vinci Leonardo da Vinci

It is almost as difficult to describe Leonardo da Vinci as it is to encompass the scope of his preoccupations. He can rightfully be presented as a skilful painter, sculptor, architect, urban builder, scientist, hydrologist, geologist, mathematician, physicist, astronomer, chemist, but also a poet, musician, philosopher, constructor, linguist, anatomist, botanist, paleontologist, optician, scenographer, etc.

Chen Xiaowang Chen Xiaowang

Grandmaster Chen Xiaowang is one of the most famous masters of Taijiquan in the world: he is the 19th Generation Lineage Holder of Chen Family Taijiquan and a living legend among the practitioners of this art.

Robert Amaker Robert Amaker

Bob (Robert) Amaker has a BA in mathematics but he is also a writer, a musician, and a martial arts master. A man of knowledge and a man of rhythm, he is first and foremost a man of art. Today, at the age of 65 he is still genuinely interested in the two passions of his early youth: drums and Taijiquan.

Che Guevara Che Guevara

To many citizens of Latin America and Cuba, Che Guevara became a sacred figure, they address him as «San Ernesto de La Higuera», and ask for protection and mercy.

Carlos Castaneda Carlos Castaneda

Carlos Castaneda is an American writer, anthropologist, ethnographer, a thinker and a mystic. He is the author of several bestselling books dealing with shamanism.

Jan Silberstorff Jan Silberstorff

Jan Silberstorff  is President of the World Chen Taijiquan Association Germany (WСTAG), a student of the grandmaster Chen Xiaowang, and the author of the first book on the Chen style of Taiji in German. 

Olga Arefieva Olga Arefieva

Olga Arefieva is a singer, poet and composer, a soloist and a manager of the Kovcheg formation. Her interest in body and movement has accompanied her interest in singing since her youth. In the sphere of movement she considers herself a follower of the school of Anton Adasinskiy and the DEREVO theatre.

Leonid Gelibterman Leonid Gelibterman

Chairman of the Moscow based Russian branch of the International Wine and Food Society, International wine and spirits judge, Chevalier of the French Chapter of Chaine des Rotisseurs, Grandmaster of the Irmandade de Vinhos Galegos (Brotherhood of Galician Wines, Spain)

Victor Kuznetsov Victor Kuznetsov

There are many Russian Taiji practitioners today but few of them know that Vasilich was the man who imported this art to Russia in the 1980s. He is a genuine master of Tui Shou and is one of the most remarkable Tui Shouist in the world.

Taisha Abelar Taisha Abelar

One of the leading female students of Carlos Castaneda.

He Xiangu He Xiangu

The only woman among the Immortals, she is the symbol of all women who have reached immortality (she is related to the deity Ma Gu). He Xiangu is associated with external alchemy, her symbols are the lotus, the peach, and the sacred mushroom Lingzhi.

Vsevolod Meyerhold Vsevolod Meyerhold

According to Meyerhold, man cannot be fragmentary because he considers man as a figure. This is very important because no matter what role we have, we always appear integral in it. And by the way, the act of integrity in the small things is the highest art. Indeed, the effectiveness is the ability to measure our words and deeds.

Xi Shi Xi Shi

Beauty, as an element of breathing improvement, and the art of body nourishment through the skin are related to the knowledge left by the legendary Chinese beauty Xi Shi. The idea behind all creams, perfumes and generally all cosmetic products is an important part of Taoist alchemy, it represents the Taoist art for external and internal perception of beauty.

Falco (Oberto Airaudi) Falco (Oberto Airaudi)

Founder of Damanhur  Crystal center in Italy.

Elena Vrublevskaya Elena Vrublevskaya

Elena Vrublevskaya represents a unique style of interacting with space that is no longer found in modern day artefacts, although it has an integral meaning. This style stems not only from the imperatives of creating attunements with space, but even more so from the imperatives of its materialization.

Cao Guo Jiu Cao Guo Jiu

Cao Guo Jiu was a member of the Cao dynasty. His name can be translated as "Uncle of Emperor Cao" or "Imperial Uncle Cao". Cao Guo Jiu (曹國舅) is one of the eight Taoist immortals. He represents the matrix of Dui trigram and is a representative of the new generation of immortals, and one might say, even of the new technologies in the comprehension of this art. Being a representative of the ruling family, he left his service to seek immortality, however, as a symbol of power he used a golden plate, which he converted later into Jade clappers.

Zhang Guo Lao Zhang Guo Lao

Zhang Guo Lao (張果老) was one of the most prominent figures among the immortals. He demonstrated unique abilities and knowledge, contrary to all the norms and understanding of how to achieve personal development. Guo Lao is one of the Eight Immortals of the Taoist pantheon. Not only his knowledge gives aged people the chance and opportunity to obtain higher qualities and states, but he also helps to acquire the knowledge and understanding of the nature of the female body by adopting from the great He Xian Gue her knowledge of advancing the female principle of development and thus offering women over the age of 49 the possibility to obtain a special body, the body of the Flying woman. It is his knowledge thatunderlies the establishment of the Flying women school where mainly aged women were accepted.